Only submit a tuition credit application if your 4-year-old has been accepted to a Denver Preschool Program (DPP) participating preschool program outside of Denver Public Schools (DPS). Denver families who enroll their 4-year-old in a DPS preschool program must sign up for DPP tuition support through the SchoolChoice Application. Undecided? Find a preschool
CAITLIN HENDEE, DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL
When Jennifer Landrum’s was appointed president & CEO of the Denver Preschool Program in May 2013, it was something she had to develop into, both professionally and personally.
“This organization is pretty operational-heavy, and we have a tiny team that manages a cadre of more than 100 contractors out in the community. This was a whole new experience,” Landrum said.
But develop into it, she did. Now, more than four years later, Landrum and DPPare celebrating a significant milestone: 10 years providing more than $92 million tuition support to nearly 46,000 Denver families.
In this video, Landrum answers the DBJ's rapid-fire Quick Queries.
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